It was a Corporate Award winner and made by Tomoko Aida.
In the center are piles of letters and the surrounding blocks are post boxes in an assortment of styles.
You can see the cleverly added postmarks.
Below is a closer view of the center area.
Ans another view showing a post box....
This quilter was not afraid to use English text.
Here are some more details from quilts you have already seen.
Well, I guess you get the idea and I don't have to show you all the pictures in my file. Needless to say, every category of quilts included some with fabric containing English text.
And, even in the shops selling fabric, there were plenty of selections of English text.
For an "International" quilt show where hardly any information can be found with Roman lettering, there was no shortage to view.
And, though I have no shortage of fabric myself ... in fact, I will have to live to two hundred to use up all I have ... I did make one small purchase ....
Well, it kinda shouted at me as I was passing ...
A little birthday pillow for my cat-loving dog? Well, no, but I do have something in mind.
The Gala is only about two weeks away and there is way too much left to do. Any other work I do will have to fall into the take-along category.
Besides, after the first picture, my computer stopped letting my put writing next to the pictures. Rather than frustrate myself further or waste more time trying to figure it out, I'd better get back to the Gala quilt. Do you think this might be a hidden message????